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. a southern indiana town completely wiped out. several people are reported dead in area and the numbers are expected to rise. we'll check in with rick reichmuth at the fox news weather center in a bit. joining us now on the phone, john gordon, meteorologist near kentucky. john, what can you tell us about the area and what you are hearing about the damage throughout this area? >> bret, that is going on, we had super cell thunderstorms producing storms in indiana. we're in the process we are still issuing tornado warnings south and east of louisville area. significant damage obviously. loss of life in southern indiana, which we are very sad about. we're still trying to issue warnings from the national weather service to protect life and property across kentucky and the eastern side, cutting toward the lexington area. south of there right now. >> bret: just to be clear, for people listening in. warning means a tornado has been sighted or is on the ground somewhere. people need to act quickly. >> bret: absolutely. the prediction center put out a dangerous situation this morning. we had info
to indiana and beyond. millions of americans are under tornado watches. tornado warnings as well. professional storm chasers have been following these twisters all afternoon, providing dramatic images of an unfolding disaster. new tornado reports are coming in literally by the minute. with indiana, kentucky, tennessee and other states all seeing multiple touchdowns only in the last hour. we also have this video from evansville, indiana. it's far from over. storms are on the move. the destruction could go on for hours. let's bring mayor jim coppinger of hamilton county in tennessee, where chattanooga is located. mayor, set the scene. tell us what's going on inur county. >> well, we did have a ouchdown of a tornado that has been confirmed. as a result of that, we do have multiple injuries. fortunately today we have no fatalities to date. we do have people we are currently trying to make contact with, as you can imagine there's a lot of debris. we have large trees down that are covering over the access roads to get to people. so, you know, we're working diligently at this hour to ma
. >>> the hardest hit regions appear to be southern indiana and eastern kentucky and these pictures tell the story. this is a tornado that hit henryville, indiana yesterday. the storm killed at least one person and severely daniel damaged that city. >> one of the hardest hit communities is marysville, indiana, across the ohio refer from louisville, kentucky. reporter craig boswell is there with how people are lending a hand. >> reporter: ken, good evening to you. there is a path of destruction that stretches for miles across the hoosier state, 14 confirmed dead. in the tiny town of marysville, indiana, tornado survivors are shell-shocked. >> it's just unbelievable. the naked eye can't hardly see all the damage it really did do here. the whole place wiped out like that. >> reporter: the national weather service says the ef-4 tornado shredded this place and move on. it's back-breaking work sorting through the rubble, but stories are emerging, tales of the generosity of complete strangers. >> i had a guy pull in this morning and said you want us to take that tree off your house. we'll do for free
reporting from henryville, indiana, a town that was it lutterly devastated by friday's storms. >> i'm amy robach inside studio 1a. here's what we know. 31 dead, 14 in indiana, 14 in kentucky and three in ohio. that number is expected to rise today. authorities say it's difficult to determine how many people are missing as searchers struggle with the lack of electricity in many areas. >> reporter: more than 85 tornados were reported on friday. it was the second time in a week that storms swept across parts of the nation's midsection. ten states were under some kind of weather threat. the hardest hit areas are in southern indiana, kentucky, ohio, tennessee, and northern alabama. now, in terms of size, this storm system was enormous. we watched it building all day. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. it was so side that an estimated 34 million people were at risk for severe weather. that's according to the national weather service, amy. >> and, lester, you were just in harrisburg, illinois. and i know you arrived in henryville about an hour ago. can you describe where you ar
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
bipartisan hearings with congressman brayly in iowa and also in indiana, and they've been very helpful in giving us a new direction, new ideas on how we can assist our veterans that are coming home. because we do -- i know this committee recognizes that, that with the wars in iraq and afghanistan winding we are going to have a large influx of veterans coming back home. and i think what's very important and all of us would agree with this, that we have jobs here for our veterans. one of the things i would quickly point out that i think that we've had the discussion here about the national guard. i think this is the national guard would be -- should be utilized more and it would be an excellent place to give our veterans the opportunity to continue to serve our country, but as well as living and working in their communities. there are no reductions in this budget for veterans programs. in fact, the republican budget increases spending for veterans, fully funding the president's request for veterans health care. you know, we could, instead of creating another program here, mr. chairman, w
indiana has died. the 14-month-old girl was found alive in a field on friday night after a series of tornados. today, angel babcock was removed from life support due to the severity of her injuries. she was found 150 yards from where her family's home stood. the parents, brother and sister were all killed as well. jay gray is in lyhenryville, alabama. >> the echo of chain saws cuts through a community sered to its core. mother nature may have delivered the first violent shock, but clearly the fight here is far from over. an army of volunteers pull ing out and piling up what they can. the weapons in this war to survive include front loaders, backhoes, and at times along the front lines of this disaster, the battle is hand-to-hand combat. >> people from everywhere coming to help and just this the fact that in a time like this that people can come, people that don't even know each other can help and bring what resources we have. >> reporter: many understand the fickle nature of the storms and the real possibility they could be next. >> it's incredible. by the grace of god, ten miles
the region. the town you'll hear about today and tonight and tomorrow is henriville, indiana. reports out of there. about 600 homes. the town took a direct hit from a quarter mile-wide tornado. including the school that is there. we're going to try to get more information. they have had responders that are trying to get into henriville and finding it very difficult. they are calling for people to head to henryvill to help with the search and rescue. the storm has left the region. northern kentucky is where we're watching the worst of the storms. it went along the ohio river. now going through kentucky. if you're in walton, kentucky, or just south of there, the same tornado is still on the ground and heading for your area. you'll also notice the purple and reds. they are getting dangerously close to louisville. the strongest of the storms will go through louisville. there's not a tornado warning for louisville, but just to the west, there's a tornado warning. now is the time to gather your family if you're in the area. moving at 70 miles an hour. they will be in and out in a hurry. we'll a
. the latest storms hit indiana, ohio, kentucky and the deep south. you're looking at video which shows a huge tornado hitting henryville, indiana. authorities there say tornadoes wiped out some rural communities. and as you can see, some towns were just flattened. survivors describe it as complete destruction. coming up at 7:30, we'll have a live report from henryville, where a tornado leveled neighborhoods there and swept school buses into buildings. >>> this morning in san francisco a few dozen people who cannot afford health insurance will receive much- needed medical care. and some of these procedures will potentially save their lives. allie rasmus is live this morning at the kaiser perm a medical center in the city with more. >> reporter: we're outside kaiser hospital, and through these entrance doors here there are 30 people who are about to undergo surgery this morning for free. it's part of a program kaiser has been doing for nearly 20 years. this is video from past years called operation access, and the goal is to help low income and uninsured people in the community, there are lot o
. there are doomsday scenarios we have to report and it's playing out in places like this. henriville, indiana where deadly twisters tore up homes, literally to shreds. stripping businesses off their foundations, and ensuring some places will never look the same. i'm jamie colby, it's good to have you here. >> kelly: it is good to have you with us, i'm kelly wright. welcome to a brand new hour of america's headquarter. here is a look at the terror these people were facing. (siren sounding) >> that's the sound of sirens blaring a massive funnel cloud roaring through a town in alabama and what example of a string of tornados sent folks running for their lives. >> it was completely a mess. they come right down that holler and wiped out this house and everything else that come along. a pine tree limb come down slapped us in the eye and it was no good. >> every time we'd beating around our heads thank god we made it. >> i looked up aen talk to go my daughter across the street and i looked up and seen debris everywhere. >> what do you make of this all this. >> i don't know, i'm glad to be alive, that's a
weather is endangering millions of people, indiana more than a dozen have been killed. a string of storms barreling down wiping out small towns leveling countless buildings damaged and torn apart. kentucky, reports of 19 killed. national guard and state police are out in full force searching the wreckage for those missing beneath the rubble and debris. ohio also digging out. three deaths record there. the storm crushing blocks of homes leveling everything in their past. we have extensive team coverage beginning with mike tobin. >> reporter: i'm standing next to a school bus that had dropped students to sheik shelter. you can see where it's located now. it is inside the bud rose restaurant. this was bought back by bud rose just one month and one day ago. they served the high school out here. we've seen bud rose and his family to clean this place up. they had the place open for a short period of time, looked across the street. saw the bus rolling in their direction. one of the things bud rose is glad to tell me, they got everyone down in the basement and no one was hurt inside the restauran
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
and the violent storms demolishing small towns in indiana and cut off rural communities in kentucky and lives lost, devastating. at least 35 people killed in friday's storms and that doesn't include the 13 deaths from tornados earlier this week, and even with 48 now confirmed dead. many say that number could still go up. we've got fox news team coverage for you today. mike tobin in henriville, indiana, elizabeth is in harvestville, indiana and marine molina in the extreme weather center. mike in indiana, mike, what's the situation there? >> well, kelly, everywhere you look there's a remarkable story, a remarkable scene of destruction, take, for instance, this school bus, this was a school bus that was getting students home when you first got the report that bad weather was on its way. because of the bad weather, they couldn't get all of the students home, so they returned to the henriville high school. as soon as all the students got on the bus, got shelter inside of the high school, the tornado hit. and this bus was across the street. look at it now, it was tumbled across the road
of memories, it's one that a lot of people do not want to forget there in indiana. and now there is video to kind of help them remember the power of the tornado. these surveillance cameras are from henryville junior high school where on march 2nd those tornadoes or that tornado swept into the area and destroyed a number of homes and businesses as well, students were already on the school buses so they weren't actually in that school. and it is just frightening for a lot of people to see these images and get a better understanding of the power of a tornado. let's check in with jackie gerris now. really can't get enough of some of the images. we've been seeing a lot of new images over the past couple weeks after that tornado swept through the area. a lot of surveillance cameras are kind of finally revealing just how powerful and damaging it was. >> it was an ef-4 tornado. winds were estimated at 170 miles per hour. all this happened, it all unfolded in about 20 seconds. you might remember that this is the school that received a lot of damage. remember that school bus that ended up in the re
while jogging with three co-workers in crown point indiana last week, britney new expedited three hours after a dark blue vehicle plowed into the vehicle into one remains in critical condition while two others are listed in fair condition, a man did surrender to police in connection with the crash on wednesday night and bukes will be laid to rest tomorrow, she leaves behind a baby girl. police shot and killed the woman after she pointed the gun at them, she was 49 years old nancy vanesier. police were called to her apartment building by residents into mad by kurtinto mad by her arm with a handgun. police fired their guns killing her. carelessly discarded cigarettes may have started a brush fire that burned several acres of northwest suburban forest preserve this weekend. the fire began saturday afternoon and firefighters were tempered by strong winds, low humidity and they had to struggle through knee deep mud and water. by the time they're able to put out the fire six hours later, 10 a. of grass and marshland had been burned. the victims of japan remembering the earthquake in tsunami
on the recovery. >> communities like henryville, indiana, are slowly recovering after tornadoes devastated the region less than a month ago. along with homes, memories are also lost. >> nice family photo. >> victoria george isn't a roofer or a carpenter, but she is rebuilding lives through her facebook page called, i found your memory. >> i lost some images before in a fire and i knew what that was like. these are things you can't get back. >> through the page, items found as far away as west virginia are coming home to southern indiana. one of the most consistent posters to georgia's page, the boone county jail, work detail cleaning the side of the road keeps a sharp eye out. >> it may look like garbage, but if it's a picture, old checks, you know, anything that is a possibility that could be from that tornado, they're going to hold on to it. >> when lori was reunited with her high school diploma, she received much more than a document. muddy decree was a symbol of the kindness of strangers. >> she framed it. margie meyer framed it for me and nailed it on back. you know, that makes
strike the midwest again. at least three people are dead in indiana, just days after tornadoes wiped entire communities off the map. wjz has first warning weather coverage. terrell brown reports with the latest on the devastation. >> reporter: meteorologists believe a tornado with 135-mile- an-hour winds caused this destruction. >> devastating. it's heartbreaking. i don't know what to tell you about it. >> reporter: it snapped signs and flipped trailers in the tennessee valley. tornado reports are also coming from chattanooga in southern indiana, where officials there are gone. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: rain cells and damaging winds pulled down trees and power lines. tens of thousands of people are without electricity. forecasters warn conditions are likely to get worse, especially after sunset. >> this is just going to be an unfolding event, unfortunately, for the rest of the day. i would say if you have to run an errand, go ahead and do it now. and make sure you're back within the next couple of hours. >> reporter: warm air from the gulf of mexico, colliding with low pressure fr
? highlights from their march madness matchup with indiana, when we return. >>> fairfax county schools are investigating claims of a racial incident in a high school english class. a ninth grader said that he was reading a langston hughes poem when his teacher interrupted and told him to read it blacker. the 14-year-old was the only black student in the class, and when the student refused to continue, the teacher read it herself. the student's mother complained to school administrators. >>> a shooting at a d.c.ihop has led antihate crime advocates to organize a rally. police say someone shot a man at the restaurant in columbia heights last weekend. a march is scheduled for tuesday evening at that ihop. the event is also in support of a gay man and transgender woman who were also victims of hate crimes. organizers say money raised at the rally will help pay for hospital bills. >>> hundreds are hoping to hit the jackpot when a new casino opens at arundel mills in june, and we're not talking about the gamblers. the maryland live casino held a job fair yesterday. they're looking to fill mo
's meteorologist jinser zee is in the hard-hit community of henryville, indiana, tonight. jinser. >> reporter: diane, i am standing inside someone's living room. you can see the kitchen behind me but what you can't see is the front of the house, it was taken with one of those strong tornadoes. and tonight we have new video and new images that will shock you and tell you just how forceful those tornados were. >> oh, no. >> reporter: terror caught on tape as monster tornadoes beared down on american towns. new snapshots of panic. >> come on, go, go, get down, get down. >> reporter: and prayer. >> take it away from my home. take it away from this town. >> reporter: charlotte hall, the woman on that tape, tells abc's matt gutman her house is still standing and so is she. >> so what made you say that and it was so -- >> because i knew that it would work. >> reporter: today, parts of indiana, kentucky and tennessee woke up to another dose of mother nature's power, snow. blankets the rubble of hundreds of crushed house, creating new headaches for residents trying to dig out. >> now i got nothing. >>
million. and indiana, $1.7 billion. indiana, according to the u.s. department of labor, seems to have a real problem with doling out a lot of money in what they called improper payments. >> well, that's just poppycock. >> reporter: he says in indiana, much of the problem is people failing to register with the state jobs board before getting money. >> i don't think these can be characterized as improper payments. >> reporter: but the federal government stands pat. saying those safeguards prevent wrongful payments. >> we're holding them accountable to that. and we're saying you're not closing the gap when it comes to improper payments. >> reporter: the idea, making it that much harder for people like the chopper and others, to take your money right to the bank. >> so, mark, what's the labor department going to do about it? >> reporter: diane, one idea is to simply hand over the names of everybody who's actually received an improper payment to the irs and let the irs confiscate tax refunds. it's an idea that's gaining steam and already working in several states. and as a result of this s
told us smoke stairwells and hallways. no word on because of the fire. northwest indiana man charged hit and run accident killed lake county correctional officer injuring three others. crown point more on the man accused. >> suspect identified crown point custody tonight it turned to itself on wednesday alongside attorney >> for 42 year-old facing felony hit and run charges investigators pursuing more serious charges including homicide. >> very emotional 72 hours with the department. results charges filed today >> lake county sheriff says additional charges like be filed once more evidence is collected including toxicology report. tuesday night 25 year- old britney meux lake county correctional officer killed while jogging. the other three convicts seriously injured but expected to recover registered to father signed in the presence of attorney searching the pierron should am not sure says suspect surrendered alongside attorney did not take any statement prior record owi 2009 and several speeding charges family members disappointed has not been charged with a more serious crime
in the trayvon martin case. >>> and new video of the tornado that barreled through henryville, indiana, earlier this month. all that coming up this hour. >>> this morning we know the name of the u.s. soldier accused of killing 16 afghan civilians and where he's being held. the suspect is army staff sergeant robert bachlles. he's now in custody at ft. leavenworth in kansas by himself. he's married, a father of two kids. this was his first tour of duty in afghanistan but he's done three tours in iraq. here's what neighbors had to say about him. >> completely shocked. >> i would describe him as super fun to hang around with, kind of the life of the party. super loving, friendly to everybody he met, great with his kids. i just -- i don't -- i don't see how that has happened. i never saw any signs of marital problems. they always -- happy family, normal family. i mean we would go over there for birthday parties and they would come to my kids' birthday parties. they would -- always happy. happy day, you know. i don't know. >> we're learning more about bales through the people who know or knew him. cn
following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
-hit community of henryville, indiana. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, robin, good morning, everyone. covered in a fresh two inches of snow, the twisted shredded town of henryville is difficult to see this morning. but look at the scene around me. i am actually in someone's living room. wait till you see the pictures we're about to show you. you'll get a sense of how frightening it was to be in the cross hairs of this tornado. >> oh, no, get back! there it is, coming over the hill. >> mom, do we need to jump in the car? >> jump in the car! >> run. run. >> come on, get out, get out, get out! [ siren ] >> oh, my god. >> reporter: nature's fury caught on tape. >> back up! >> reporter: the monster tornadoes, part of a violent line of twisters that demolished towns in five state, killing at least 38 people. >> unbelievable. >> reporter: more than 100 tornado reports since friday. at least 42 confirmed. this one packing winds as high as 175 miles per hour. this ef-4 tornado did this to the town of marysville, indiana. the destruction we see from the ground is mind-numbing from ab
ahead. a school bus full of children, caught in indiana remassive -- indiana's massive tornado. >>> scary moment. firefighters battling a blaze in michigan, the roof begins to collapse. >>> and how much is too much of a chemical used in food packaging. >>> meteorologist bernadette woods has your updated first warning forecast. ,,,,,,,,,, girl: i want to tell you about my friend. his name is ben. ben learned about a homeless boy who had an infected tooth, and the boy died. that made ben really sad. he wrote a law so every kid can see a dentist. we have special dental van that goes from school to school. he even helps make sure we learn how to brush our teeth. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. >>> great escape. three firefighters avoid getting hurt while battling a wildfire in michigan. take a look. you can see them, when all of a sudden, the roof collapses. it's just buckling here. luckily issue they were able to scramble off the collapsing section in time. the cause is under investigation. >> wow. >>> in san antonio, a motorcycle rider's brush with death is cau
victims facing another storm. we are live in indiana. >> the president is defending his right to kill u.s. citizens overseas who engage in terrorism. is it legal? >> are you awake a little too early this morning? sleep on this. the answers to all of your insomnia questions straight from the doctors. e-mail us at friends first at foxnews.com for the first time. fox & friends first starts right now. >> there you are morning glory. welcome to the show. >> it is monday march 5th, 2012. thank you so much for joining us for the debut of fox and friends first. we are excited to be waking up with you every morning at this very time. >> yes, we are. but we have a packed show. so let's get right to your headlines. >>> we begin this morning with a fox news alert. the obama administration set to justify the so-called target kill program using deadly force against american terrorists overseas. >> anna and ainsley good morning to you as well. congratulations on the debut of fox and friends first. >> eric holder is expect to do deliver his speech today. he will be speaking before law students at north
right into your strength. >>> union all but indiana very good. >>> and now at talking points. still impress american help. >>> take indiana very dead. there was an injury. >>> was an academic academics issue for one of the syracuse guys some much to jeff loris this man eric had a great show and the good luck to indiana. in the rest of the group. >>> onto basketball now. the n.c.a.a. tournament is already over four your california golden bears then looked at in the warmups that was about it. south florida killed these guys. it was downhill from the get go. the bulls stingy defense as good as advertised. the only about 13 points in the first half sadly for cal fans usf won 65 to 54. coverage begins at 9:00 this morning and be sure to sign up for the practicality can win some great prizes, laptop tablets all kinds of goodies check out. >>> is 653 and via scary moments after an apartment fire in san as a. a firefighter falls to the rules and straight into the flames we have a live report on his condition when we come back. right, pat right and firefighter falls through roof and surv
of green on the left of the screen is rain in kentucky into ohio and indiana. that's going to be arriving by later this afternoon. sunrise, that's not until 7:23. and we will have our temperatures climbing into the 50s. by 9:00, some sunshine in and out. mostly cloudy by noontime. mid 60s. near 70 by mid-afternoon. here's your evening planner for this monday evening. expect rain if you're going to be out and about this evening. you'll need the umbrella. rain moving into the metro area by early to mid evening. continuing off and on until dawn tomorrow. a mild week ahead. i'll look at that and the weekend in ten minutes. danella? >>> good news if you're taking bw parkway. had a crash as you approach northbound on 450 on packer. that's not out of the -- on the parkway. that's not out of the lanes. i-270 getting busy traveling southbound at falls road. not seeing any issues northbound. southbound, first set of delays, they start out of urbana and you slow making your way to clarksburg. back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> 6:12. 49 degrees. the video just uncovered showing the events of th
by a deadly storm system. ♪ ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> prayer in henriville, indiana, as survivors head to church amid the devastation. parishioners are giving thanks. >> thank you for our community. thank you for our loved ones. thank you for these hands that we hold every week as we seek your direction and will. god, thank you that you supply not only our physical needs, but emotional and spiritual needs. >> let's head now to west liberty, kentucky, a town so devastated, the town center is still closed to all but rescue crews. jim spelman was able to get a brief tour of the destruction jim described for us what recovery teams were able to do. >> reporter: we're here right in the heart of west liberty, kentucky, right now you. these crews are still hard at work trying to clear debris, get some semblance of order back. take a look at this. this is a stained glass window. this stained glass window came out of this now pile of rubble one time church. this is the scene all throughout this town. this is what some people on the outskirts of town are able to come back and t
'm closer to you than don. i'm out. >> you are out. >> reporter: we should point out, indiana's head coach, tom, he is taking the program from nowhere, there is a baltimore connection. he is john harbaugh's brother in law. root a little bit for indiana. how about that. it's manic monday here in fells point. a great group this morning from pasadena, the lake shore christian academy when the eye ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,dition >>> good morning fort worth, texas and everyone. happy monday to you and last day of winter to you. little clot attorney radar -- clutter on the radar. we are watching a disturbance making its way over the ohio valley and between the great lakes and down in to virginia, this little disturbance is going to be responsible for a shower and a thunderstorm or so, widely scattered for tonight in to tomorrow. today, through tomorrow, it moves out of here, now our temperatures are mild in the 40 and 50-degree range. 43 ocean city. we have temperatures right around 53, westminster, 52 in annapolis and on kept island. 46 bel air, 48 in columbia. calm winds are responsible for the m
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